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Jacob Appelbaum (TorProject.org) speaks about surveillance and privacy at a geekup on May 28, 2013, in Bangalore, India. The geekup was organized by HasGeek and Tactical Technology Collective in association with null - The Open Security Community. http://geekup.in/2013/ioerror Foreword by Bhairav Acharya, legal researcher working on the draft Privacy (Protection) Act of 2013 in India.
Topics: 2013, Bangalore, India, HasGeek.tv, HasGeek, Bhairav Acharya, Jacob Appelbaum, Tor Project,...
Jacob Appelbaum (Tor Project) exposes targeted spying of Angolan anti-corruption activist Rafael Marques De Morais while attending Oslo Freedom Forum 2013 in Oslo, Norway.
Topics: 2013, Oslo, Norway, Oslo Freedom Forum, Rafael Marques De Morais, Jacob Appelbaum, Angola, Human...
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by Oslo Freedom Forum
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Tor developer Jacob Appelbaum speaking at a panel hosted by the Oslo Freedom Forum in Oslo, Norway about some of his experiences in dealing with surveillance and what bodes for the future.
Topics: 2013, Oslo, Norway, Oslo Freedom Forum, Jacob Appelbaum, Tor Project, Tor, anonymity, privacy,...
Community Video
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"Lawmakers treat the Internet like it's Telephone 2.0, the Second Coming of Video on Demand, or the World's Number One Porn Distribution Service, but it's really the nervous system of the 21st Century. Unless we stop the trend toward depraved indifference in Internet law, making – and freedom – will die." Cory Doctorow (craphound.com) is a science fiction author, activist, journalist and blogger -- the co-editor of Boing Boing (boingboing.net) and the author of young adult novels...
Topics: 2013: republica, Berlin, Cory Doctorow, Internet, Telephone, fax, VOD, cars, computers, 21st...
Community Video
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Eben Moglen (director of the Software Freedom Law Center) on the question of learning in the 21st century.
Topics: 2013, Internet, Eben Moglen, SFLC, Free Software, history, poverty, reading, DRM, publishers,...
Podcasts
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Prof. Eben Moglen is a programmer, historian, professor of law, lawyer and Free Software advocate. After receiving his J.D. and Ph.D. from Yale University he was a designer and implementer of advanced computer languages at I.B.M, later served as law clerk to Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall and currently is professor of Law and Legal History at Columbia University. He serves as General Counsel for the Free Software Foundation pro bono and is the founding director of PUBPAT and the...
Topics: Eben Moglen, podcast, Columbia University, networks, humanity, Free Software, software, knowledge,...
Community Video
by WhitneyFocus
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In this Surveillance Teach-In, award-winning filmmaker Laura Poitras is joined by computer security expert and privacy advocate Jacob Appelbaum and National Security Agency whistle-blower Bill Binney to present an artistic and practical commentary on living in the contemporary Panopticon.
Topics: 2012, Hi-Def, HD, HQ, 2012, NYC, privacy, transparency, Laura Poitras, William Binney, Bill Binney,...
Community Video
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Wanpaku Omukashi Kumu Kumu (French: Kum Kum) was a 1975 anime series directed by the well-known Japanese director Rintaro. Kum Kum is a young child who lives at the prehistoric era. To date no commercial version of the show has ever been avalible and the dubbed bootleg copy is all that is avalible to the viewing public.
Topics: 1975, anime, Japan, Rintaro, Akitsu Madoka, Yoshikazu Yasuhiko, English dub, dub, bootleg,...
The VHS Vault
by David Jones
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The Trial is a 1993 film based on Harold Pinter's screenplay adaptation of Franz Kafka's 1925 novel The Trial. Directed by David Jones and produced by Jan Balzer and Louis Marks, the film stars Kyle MacLachlan and has cameo appearances by several prominent British actors, including Anthony Hopkins, Juliet Stevenson, Alfred Molina, David Thewlis, and Michael Kitchen.
( 1 reviews )
Topics: 1993, adaptation, literary adaptation, Franz Kafka, Kafka, Prague, BBC, David Jones, Harold Pinter,...
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Romance of the Three Kingdoms is a Chinese television series based on the classical novel of the same title by Luo Guanzhong. The series was produced by China Central Television (CCTV) and first aired on the network in 1994. It spanned a total of 84 episodes, each approximately 45 minutes long. One of the most expensive television series produced at that time, the project was completed over four years and involved 400,000 cast and crew members, including divisions of the People's Liberation...
Topics: 1994, China, Chinese history, Yellow Turban Rebellion, Dong Zhuo, civil war, Three Kingdoms, Luo...
Cratediggers
by Shelob's Lair
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This demo has been dedicated from the band to the "Lord of Fantasy" J.R.R. Tolkien (R.I.P.)
Topics: 2001, Germany, Chemnitz, Saxony, Tolkien, Black Metal, demo, unsigned, Split-up, Varak, vocals,...
Community Video
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Richard Stallman & Bruce Peren speaking about Free Software and Open Source
Topics: Richard Stallman, RMS, Free Software, Democracy, Freedom, cyberspace, social solidarity, Bruce...
Cratediggers
by Fairy Tale
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Fairy Tale was a Dutch psych/rock group from The Hague that existed from the end of 1969 till the end of 1971. Lineup 1969: Cees Hoogerheide (vocals, ex-Nicols; in 1970 replaced by Ellen Zonruiter; Cees went to Big Wheel), Herman Ansink (guitar; in 1970 to Blow Ball and replaced by one John Miles, who in turn got replaced by Martin van Wijk in 1971, later with Jupiter), Peter Seilberger (organ and piano, ex-Tee Set, later to Big Wheel and Jupiter), Ed Koetsier (bass, vocals, ex-Nicols) and...
Topics: 1969, Fairy Tale, Dutch, psych, rock, The Hague, Cees Hoogerheide, Ellen Zonruiter, Herman Ansink,...
Cratediggers
by Folk a L'Ame
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Folk a L'Ame were a French Celtic-Occitan folk-rock band which used traditional instruments such as flute, violin, tin whistle, & bohdran to blend old traditional music into modern arrangements.
Topics: 1997, French, folk, folk-rock, Celtic, Occitan, obscure, traditional instruments, lute, violin,...
Community Video
by The Planetary Society
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In the 1960s, a Grand Tour to study the outer planets was proposed. This prompted NASA to begin work on a mission in the early 1970s. The development of the interplanetary probes coincided with a favorable alignment of the planets, which would allow a probe to reach the outer Solar System by means of the then-new gravity assist technique. Gravity assists would enable a single probe to visit the four gas giants (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune) while requiring a minimal amount of propellant...
Topics: 2012, 1977, Carl Sagan, Ann Druyan, NASA, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Voyager 1, Golden record, Deep...
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Eben Moglen speaking at the 3nd international GPLv3 conference; 22nd June 2006 in Barcelona, Spain on the wording of the changes of the 2nd draft of GPLv3 https://fsfe.org/campaigns/gplv3/barcelona-moglen-transcript.en.html
Topics: 2006, Barcelona, Spain, FSFE, Eben Moglen, Software Freedom Law Centre, GPL, GPLv3, LGPL, public...
Cratediggers
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Sycamore was a 1970s Dutch folk/psych act which released only two albums, "One Night With Venus, A Lifetime With Mercury" (1976) & "What's in a Song" (1977)
Topics: 1970s, 1976, Sycamore, Dutch, folk, psych, obscure
MIT OpenCourseWare
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Instructor: Professor John Guttag Collection of 26 lectures given during the Spring 2011 semester of 6.00, Introduction to Computer Science and Programming. This course covers introductory computer science methods and topics. All programming assignments use Python. View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/6-00SCS11
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Topics: programming, Python, computation, function, module, parameter, tuples, lists, strings,...
Cratediggers
by Transit Express
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French jazz-rock band Transit Express' 1st album, recorded in July 1975 at the Chateau d'houville, and performed by Serge Perathoner, Christian 'Basile' Leroux, Dominique Bouvier & Jean-Claude Guselli.
Topics: 1975, French, jazz-rock, Transit Express, LP, vinyl, Serge Perathoner, Christian Basile Leroux,...
Kikai Kikagu
by Kikai Kikagu
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please note that all ‘kikai’-sales will be donated to choosen social projects. details: bit.ly/b3AOpH released 13 December 2010 music/mix/mastering by kikai ( www.reverbnation.com/kikai )
Topics: ambient, chill, pop, electronic, instrumental, kikai, lounge, social music, Krefeld
Source: http://music.iamkikai.de/album/time-trilogy
Prelinger Archives
by Calvin Communications
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The ultimate generic industrial film, built around every script and visual cliche.
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Topics: Motion pictures: Production, Motion pictures: Sponsored, Humor
Cratediggers
by Dragon
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Dragon was a Belgium progressive rock group that self-produced one album in 1976 and followed up with a demo entitled Kalahen. Fans of the work have described it as having a 'atmospheric proggy sound with lots of vibrant Pink Floyd'esque moves', The instruments used include mellotron, saxophone, flute, and trumpet.
Topics: 1977, Dragon, progressive rock, Belgium, mellotron, saxophone, flute, trumpet, guitar, psychedelic
Cratediggers
by Dragon
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Dragon was a Belgium progressive rock group that self-produced this album in 1976 in the UK on the Acorn label. Many fans in the genre consider it to be a lost jewel of prog with mellotron, killer guitar and excellent vocals.
Topics: 1976, Dragon, progressive rock, Belgium, mellotron, guitar
Community Video
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2007 live performance of 'Nightclubbing' by musicians Grace Jones and Iggy Pop
Topics: 2007, live, Grace Jones, Iggy Pop, performance, avant-garde
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1980 performance by musician Grace Jones of her song 'Private Life'
Topics: 1980, Grace Jones, music video, performance, avant-garde
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Underpolen
by poj. wlkp
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A great step forward, this is the first poj. wlkp album recorded properly on an 8-track, using regular microphones, contact microphones and generally sounding clean - but also way more experimental than the previous offerings, thanks to possibilities offered by the new recording environment. From the multilayered "Można czekać" with strange vocal harmonies and busy flutes echoing in the background, through "Drzwi" drenched in reverb, more folk-inclined...
Topic: poj.wlkp, underpolen, czas jest, neofolk, polish
Mycelium
by ETO & Yohan
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Collective sound meditations in Izhevsk Tea Club. Recorded live - summer 2004. Yohan Yohanson - Auroville, India. wandering flute and dance master. "ETO - Izhevsk, Russia Experimental Tea Orchestra Коллективные звуковые медитации в Ижевском Чайном Клубе. Записано летом 2004 года. Йохан Йохансон - Ауровиль, Индия - мастер флейты и танца ЭТО - Ижевск, Россия -...
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Topic: experimental ambient electro acustic
Exegene
by ICR
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XGN022 comes from a man who's well known for his solid production and atmospheric creations on labels such as Covert Operations, Nerve, Offshore, Breakbeat Science and Orgone. ICR delivers two drum soaked tracks, both with the crisp breaks, subtle melodies and deep pads which are often found in his sound. 'Shinumade Tatakau', the A side to this release features a well executed Japanese/Samurai vibe with the subtle percussion flowing amongst the sharp, intense drumwork. Diligent pads and hard...
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Topic: Drum & Bass
Source: .wav
Phonocake
by Trans Alp
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The three tracks by Trans Alp are all characterized by a sinister atmosphere. However, alternating song structures and a wide palette of genres and elements make each of the tracks a very different experience. While "Geister" is marked by rather pensive melancholy, sugared by the guitar and the gentle melody, "Blub" lives from a dark. decisiveness, underlined and put into effect by a spheric bass and elektro reminiscences. The German vocals of "Die Gedanken sind...
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Topics: netlabel, phonocake, electronic, idm, Electronica
Source: release page @ phonocake
Community Video
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Four talks relating to the decentralized free software framework GNUnet. Christian Grothoff - "Introduction to GNUnet" https://gnunet.org/sites/default/files/ghm2010.pdf Nathan Evans - "DHT and routing in GNUnet" https://gnunet.org/sites/default/files/evans_ghm_presentation.pdf Matthias Wachs - "Low level transports and transport selection in GNUnet" https://gnunet.org/sites/default/files/wachs_ghm_presentation.pdf Ludovic Courtès - "Libchop - a library for...
Topics: 2010, Christian Grothoff, Matthias Wachs, Nathan Evans, GNUnet, P2P, Peer-to-Peer, meshnet,...
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The GNU Hurd, is a kernel designed and maintained by the GNU project. According to the GNU website, the kernel is ânot ready for production useâ, it is however a very interesting attempt to replace the Unix kernel and may soon provide an alternative to the Linux kernel for the GNU Operating System. This talk goes over some of the design principles in the HURD and explains why its micro-kernel is unlike any other being developed.
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Topics: 2010, Netherlands, Holland, The Hague, Neal Walfield, GNU, Hurd, Unix, GNU/Hurd, Hurd, Linux,...
Community Video
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Tan Tin Wee accepting an award at the Internet Society of New York
Topics: 2012, Internet, Tan Tin Wee, NYC, Singapore, bioethics
Community Video
by Cory Doctorow
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Who governs digital trust? "Computers are everywhere. They are now something we put our whole bodies into---airplanes, cars---and something we put into our bodies---pacemakers, cochlear implants. They HAVE to be trustworthy."
Topics: 2012, Cory Doctorow, Google Talks, science-fiction, author, Human Rights, Property Rights,...
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Cory Doctorow's keynote speech at SIGGRAPH 2011
Topics: 2011, SIGGRAPH, keynote, Cory Doctorow, science-fiction, publishers, RIAA, copyright, Creative...
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by TEDxEutropolis
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FSFE's Karsten Gerloff's presentation at TEDxEutropolis
Topics: 2012, TEDx, TEDxEutropolis, Karsten Gerloff, Power, Liberty, Freedom, Gutenberg, printing press,...
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Matthias Kirschner from Free Software Foundation Europe speaking at CPEU2 about user's freedom.
Topics: 2012, CPEU2, FSF, FSFE, Matthias Kirschner, Free Software, GNU/Linux, source code, DRM, Sony...
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Prsentation at CPEU2 by Daniel Reusche & Dmytri Kleiner
Topics: 2012, CPEU2, Daniel Reusche, Dmytri Kleiner, network topology, Internet, World Wide Web, Secure...
Keynote by Columbia law professor and FSF legal council Eben Moglen at IBM on October 29, 2007
Topics: 2007, Eben Moglen, IBM, copyleft, GPLv3, Free Software, FSF, Free Software Foundation
Google Tech Talks March 27, 2007 The relation between Google and the free software movement is one of the most important diplomatic relationships in the 21st century. But it is largely invisible, even to the principals. In this talk I will try and make some of what we have taken for granted less implicit, so we can progress with mutual confidence and collective security. Speaker: Eben Moglen, Software Freedom Law Center
Topics: 2007, Eben Moglen, Software Freedom Law Center, SFLC, Google, Google Talks, computers, security,...
Community Audio
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1 April, 2006 Presentation given at the Free Software Foundation 2006 Associate Member Meeting at Massachusetts Institute of Technology with questions from the attending Associate Members "What we are playing for is the same thing always: rights of users. But users' rights are about to take a very different form than they have taken in the past. In 2006, we say, a home is some real estate containing appliances. In 2016, however, a home will be a digital entertainment and data processing...
Topics: 2006, Eben Moglen, SFLC, FSF, Free Software, Linux kernel, Vista, Windows Vista, Microsoft, ODF,...
Community Video
by Eben Moglen
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This clip is a version of this one but remastered to make it watchable. The video seemed originally captured on a mobile phone camera (hinted from the use of the h263 codec, the low resolution, poor audio and shaky image), thus the need for a clean up. The following adjustments were made: Image stabilized . The original was very shaky, which might be understandable when holding a 100 grams gadget pointed in a direction for 2 hours without stationary support. Image deblocked . The original had...
Topics: State of the Union, Eben Moglen, free culture, cleaned
TED Talks
by TED.com
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What kind of data is your cell phone company collecting? Malte Spitz wasn’t too worried when he asked his operator in Germany to share information stored about him. Multiple unanswered requests and a lawsuit later, Spitz received 35,830 lines of code -- a detailed, nearly minute-by-minute account of half a year of his life.
Topics: TEDTalks, TED, Talks, data, technology, telecom, TEDGlobal 2012, 2012
Community Video
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Tor developer Roger Dingeldine gives an overview of the Tor network and the challenges faced by governments implementing censorship.
Topics: 26c3, Roger Dingledine, governments, block, Tor, Tor Project, Freedom, Internet Freedom, Iran, DPI,...
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Tor developer Jacob Appelbaum speaking at the 2012 TERENA Networking Conference in Reykjavik, Iceland.
Topics: 2012, Iceland, Reykjavik, Jacob Appelbaum, Tor, Tor Project, anonymity, privacy, privacy by design,...
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Short interview with Tor developer & Internet activist, Jacob Appelbaum
Topics: Tor, Tor Project, Jacob Appelbaum, Free Speech, Free Software, censorship, independent media, Free...
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22C3 talk by Tor developer Jacob Appelbaum on his personal experiences in bringing technology and new media to disaster areas such as Iraq & (post-Katrina) New Orleans Related talk: https://archive.org/details/JacobAppelbaumJacobAppelbaum_1 Related podcast: https://archive.org/details/ChaosComputerClubEpisode4-InterviewWithJacobAppelbaum
Topics: 22C3, Germany, hacker, hacker culture, Jacob Appelbaum, San Franscisco, Iraq, Katrina, New Orleans,...
Ourmedia
by Jacob Appelbaum
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Jacob describes his oddesy from San Francisco to Iraq to New Orleans and back with photos behind him.
Topics: Jacob Appelbaum, Taylor Barcroft, San Francisco, Police, Iraq, New Orleans, Katrina
Community Video
by 2600 Films
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"Freedom Downtime" is a feature length documentary about the Free Kevin movement and the hacker world. It profiles computer hacker Kevin Mitnick who was imprisoned without bail for nearly five years. Winner of the "Audience Award for Documentaries" at the New York International Independent Film and Video Festival, 2002 === FREE KEVIN The Story They Wouldn't Tell You Around the world, computer hackers are being portrayed as the newest brand of terrorists. This is a story of a...
Topics: 1990s, 2001, documentary, 2600, EFF, hacker, hacker culture, DEFCON, Hackers on Planet Earth, free...
Community Video
by NetzpolitikTV
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John Perry Barlow talks to NetzpolitikTV about encouraging digital civil disobedience.
Topics: 23c3, NetzpolitikTV, John Perry Barlow, EFF, digital civil disobedience, sharing, RIAA, mp3
Community Video
by bewareofyak
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Interview with Thomas Drake July 19, 2012 Shortly after US v Pfc. Manning Article 39(a) Session
Topics: 2012, whistleblower, Thomas Drake, interview, free speech, Bradley Manning, NSA, court martial,...
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Keynote address by NSA whilsteblower William Binney at Hackers On Planet Earth 9
Topics: 2012, HOPE 9, Hackers On Planet Earth, William Binney, Bill Binney, whistleblower, NSA, ThinThread,...
Keynote by security reasercher Bruce Schneier at the 2012 RSA Conference
Topics: 2012, RSA Conference 2012, RSA, Bruce Schneier, Internet, infrastructure, World Wide Web, Big Data,...
Community Video
by Elevate
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James Vasile speaking at Elevate on the goals/status of the Freedom Box project.
Topics: 2012, 2011, Elevate, Netherlands, Holland, James Vasile, Eben Moglen, Freedom Box, network...
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Community Video
by NewsClick
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NewsClick interviews Columbia law professor and FSF legal council, Eben Moglen
Topics: 2012, Eben Moglem, Free Software, interview, encryption, Creative Commons, commons, 21st century,...
LibrePlanet 2010 keynote by Columbia law professor and FSF legal council Eben Moglen.
Topics: 2010, LibrePlanet, LibrePlanet 2010, Eben Moglen, keynote, Free Software, FSF, GNU/Linux, Linux...
Columbia law professor and legal council head of the Free Software Foundation, Eben Moglen, on the relationship between freedom of thought and the Free Software movement.
Topics: India, Eben Moglen, governments, corporations, Liberty, FSF, Free Software, Freedom, history,...
Community Video
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Keynote address by Eben Moglen at the 2006 Holland Open Source Conference.
Topics: 2006, Eben Moglen, Holland, HOSC, Holland Open Source Conference, FSF, keynote, Free Software,...
Community Video
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Keynote speech by Eben Moglen at the 2006 Red Hat Summit
Topics: 2006, Red Hat, Fedora, Eben Moglen, summit, keynote, speech, Free Software, innovation, history,...
See http://www.questioncopyright.org/nina_paley_sita_interview for details. This is an interview with cartoonist and animator Nina Paley about how copyright restrictions prevent her from distributing her award-winning, feature-length film "Sita Sings The Blues" : the film makes heavy use of recordings from the late 1920s by the singer Annette Hanshaw, and although the recordings themselves are out of copyright, the music is not.
Topic: copyright censorship
Community Video
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A lecture on copyright given by Richard Stallman followed by a Q&A session
Topics: 2012, Forward 2012, Richard Stallman, RMS, FSF, Free Software, copyright, copyleft, community,...
Community Video
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Eben Moglen, Columbia Law professor & Legal Director at the Software Freedom Law Center, interviewed at LibrePlanet2012 by Jeremy Allison for Geek Time. http://google-opensource.blogspot.com/2012/07/geek-time-with-eben-moglen.html
Topics: 2012, Eben Moglen, Jeremy Allison, Geek Time, Free Software, GPL, GPLv3, Linux kernel, GPLv2,...
Community Video
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Karen Sandler on her involvement in the pursuit of making medical devices safer and her passion for Free Software.
Topics: 2011, OSCON, OSCON 2011, Karen Sandler, Free Software, GNU/Linux, GNOME, desktop, human heart,...
Community Video
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Eben Moglen discussing the current state of the Free Software world at UbuntuLive 2007 with a emphasis in the importance/role of GPLv3.
Topics: 2007, UbuntuLive, GNU/Linux, Ubuntu, Eben Moglen, GPLv3, Free Software, software licensing, SFLC,...
Community Video
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Eben Moglen speaking on the long-term problems of asserting ownership of ideas in the 21st century.
Topics: 2007, 21st century, Eben Moglen, speech, ideas, Free Speech, knowledge, patents, 18th century,...
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Bdale Garbee discusses some of the technical challenges and problems encountered in working on the stack of software which makes up the Freedom Box project.
Topics: 2012, Bdale Garbee, Debian, GNU/Linux, Freedom Box, Freedom Box Foundation, Free Software, open...
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Recently there was a "forum" in which corporations and governments got together to discuss how they were going to control the internet. For some reason they invited John Perry Barlow - who represents "we the people" far more than our elected leaders... this is a video of what he had to say. This video is an adjunct to a blog post over here: http://www.genomicon.com/2011/06/you-cannot-own-free-speech/
Topics: 2011, e-G8 Forum, Free Speech, John Perry Barlow, EFF, Internet-Freedom, Internet, Copyright,...
John Perry Barlow explains his journey to co-founding the EFF and his larger goal concering a digital society.
Topics: 2008, Iceland, John Perry Barlow, EFF, Free speech, digital freedom, Internet, ARPANET, World Wide...
Community Audio
by Myroslav Opyr and BBC
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Interview at BBC about International Domain Names and IDN of Ukraine. http://www.bbc.co.uk/ukrainian/indepth/story/2008/07/080702_ukr_internet_oh.shtml
Topics: IDN, BBC, Ukraine
Source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/ukrainian/indepth/story/2008/07/080702_ukr_internet_oh.shtml
Community Video
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Jacob Appelbaum speaks to YASSSU about privacy, government surveillance and the current state of democracy at the Re:publica conference 2012 in Berlin.
Topics: 2012, Yasssu, Jacob Appelbaum, rp12, re:publica, Tor, Tor Project, Berlin, Germany, hacker,...
Dmytri Kleiner discusses network topologies as related to his book, The Telekommunist Manifesto
Topics: 2010, SIGINT10, Dmytri Kleiner, Internet, P2P, feudalism, capitalism, venture communsim, communism,...
Community Video
by David Winton
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The Film Code Rush follows the people of Netscape Communications during an intense period in 1998, when it was all but certain that Microsoft had already won control of the Internet user's desktop. When all hope seems fading, a group of dedicated developers work their hardest to push out a very special release.
Topics: Code, Rush, Netscape, Mozilla, nebadon2025
Community Video
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Columbia law professor of history and Free Software lawyer Eben Moglen dscusses licensing with Tim O'Riley
Topics: 2007, privacy, Eben Moglen, history, 1990s, dot com, boom, Freedom, Free culture, Free Software,...
Community Video
by ONE/Northwest & The Plone Community
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Eben Moglen's keynote address, titled "Software and Community in the Early 21st Century" presented at Plone Conference 2006 on October 25, 2006 in Seattle, WA. In this inspiring lecture, Professor Moglen weaves together the industrial revolution, the knowledge economy, the free software movement, the One Laptop Per Child project and the long struggle for human dignity and equality. Eben Moglen is Chairman of the Software Freedom Law Center, Professor of Law and Legal History at...
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